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Talent and Resourcing Advisor

Human Resources
Job Type:
Competitive Salary


Talent and Resourcing Advisor

Seething, Norfolk


Our client is a world-leading provider of high quality marine products, services and packaged solutions. In their 30 year history they have developed from a fledgling local distributor to a world leader with 50 worldwide locations. Due to expansion they are seeking a new internal Talent & Resourcing Advisor to join the business on a permanent basis.

Role Outline:

To support the Group’s Talent Agenda and Talent Management practices, Identifying, driving and managing the full Talent Employee Cycle, and creating a Talent Pipeline in line with company goals.


  • To Support the Group Talent and Development and Resourcing Partners to Recruit, On board, Monitor, Manager and Develop Talent.

  • To facilitator and manage  talent processes such as ,Talent Panels , Career Conversations,  Succession Planning practices and Organisational Management reviews (OMR) .

  • To design and embed a robust, value adding on boarding service and process

  • To support, train, and coach line managers understand and implement Talent Management processes.

  • To support  the James Fisher Group Graduate Development Programme and execute the Graduate Resource Programme,

  • To drive and take ownership for the James Fisher Group Apprenticeship programme, in line with up to date legislation.

  • To coach and develop high potentials within the group

  • To Support the High Potential Leadership Programme

  • To work closely with the Resourcing Partner and team to help support a bespoke recruitment service to assist the business

  • Build close relationship with key business stakeholders; gaining a thorough understanding of the anticipated talent planning activities.

  • Implement innovative talent campaigns to attract the best talent available.

  • Assistance with the provision of monthly & quarterly reporting and MI

  • Assistance with ad-hoc projects/duties may be required to support the business

Required Experience:

  • Talent and Development experience

  • Ability to manage a high volume of tasks/roles and prioritizing demanding workloads

  • Ability to influence and coach at Middle to Senior Manager level

  • Recruitment background and used to dealing with multiple stakeholders

  • PC skills (including all Microsoft Office Applications - Word, PowerPoint, Excel


  • Excellent communication skills, including oral, written and presentation

  • The ability to work well on your own as well as part of a team

  • Highly influential at all levels of the business with a ‘sell’ not a ‘tell’ approach to influencing

  • Confidentiality & discretion and displays high levels of diplomacy

  • Adaptability – can adapt style to suit audience and can cope with change

  • Ability to work at pace and on a number of demanding projects at one time

At First Recruitment we understand just how important it is to secure the right people. That's why our consultants always take the time to understand requirements in detail and offer sound advice to both clients and candidates.

This is a superb opportunity for a Recruitment Consultant with Stakeholder Management experience to take the next step in their career with a leader in marine engineering.

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